Following a recent mathematical, algorithmic, and computational turn in the field of social sciences, and particularly design aspects of contemporary organisations, Organisation and Governance Using Algorithms explores the problem of governance in organisations from a mathematical perspective.
Avramopoulos offers a ground-breaking theory and application on organisational systems design, including discussions on organisational systems design requirements, such as productivity, emotion, and reward, the problems of unaccountability, including hierarchical delegation, and the benefits of accountable design.
The suggested theoretical approach views organizational actors as computer processors that communicate through a shared infrastructure - both physical and digital - and suggests scientific principles and mechanisms by which to correct inequality and advance democratic governance in organisations.
Ioannis Avramopoulos received a Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens in 1999 and a PHD in Electrical Engineering at Princeton University in 2006. He has held a Senior Research Scientist position at the Strategic Research Department of Deutsche Telekom Laboratories in Berlin, Germany and has been an Associate Professor for a short period at the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo, Japan. He is currently a Research Scientist at RelationalAI, Inc.